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The ones that get away

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Medium
Library - Periodical
Call Number
P
Physical Description
p.4
Medium
Library - Periodical
Subjects
Fish
Notes
In Mountain Guide, spring 1990
Call Number
P
Collection
Archives Library
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Part Of
Bert Riggall fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of 35 b&w, some captioned, some mounted. The photographs document fish and fishing trips undertaken by Riggall's clients and family.
Date Range
1909 to 1943
Reference Code
V26 / III / B10 / PA - 1 to 35
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Bert Riggall fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
III. Professional Photography: Topical Files
Reference Code
V26 / III / B10 / PA - 1 to 35
Date Range
1909 to 1943
Physical Description
Photographs: 35 prints, b&w
Scope & Content
File consists of 35 b&w, some captioned, some mounted. The photographs document fish and fishing trips undertaken by Riggall's clients and family.
Subject Access
Fish, Fishing
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
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Part Of
Bert Riggall fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of 38 b&w, some captioned, some mounted. The photographs document fish and fishing trips undertaken by Riggall's clients and family.
Date Range
1909 to 1943
Reference Code
V26 / III / B10 / PA - 36 to 73
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Bert Riggall fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
III. Professional Photography: Topical Files
Reference Code
V26 / III / B10 / PA - 36 to 73
Date Range
1909 to 1943
Physical Description
Photographs: 38 prints, b&w
Scope & Content
File consists of 38 b&w, some captioned, some mounted. The photographs document fish and fishing trips undertaken by Riggall's clients and family.
Subject Access
Fish, Fishing
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
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Part Of
Bert Riggall fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of 85 b&w negatives. The negatives pertain to various fish and fishing trips undertaken by Riggall's clients and family.
Date Range
[ca.1904 to ca.1959]
Reference Code
V26 / III / B10 / NA - 1 to 85
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Bert Riggall fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
III. Professional Photography: Topical Files
Reference Code
V26 / III / B10 / NA - 1 to 85
Date Range
[ca.1904 to ca.1959]
Physical Description
Negatives: 85 b&w
Scope & Content
File consists of 85 b&w negatives. The negatives pertain to various fish and fishing trips undertaken by Riggall's clients and family.
Subject Access
Fish, Fishing
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Content Details
The negatives in this file are not individually numbered. Storage Location: V26 / III / B8 / NA - 1 to V26 / III / B13 / NA - 140
Processing Status
Processed
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Underwood and Underwood Publishers fonds
Scope & Content
Album consists of views of people, places and activities in Canada, especially Quebec and the Atlantic provinces. Views pertain to visitors and local personalities, sports and recreation, facilities and buildings, trips, events, scenic views. Many views include people. Captions accompany many image…
Date Range
[ca. 1915-1930]
Reference Code
V465 / PD - 5
Description Level
6 / Item
GMD
Album
Photograph
  1 image     1 Electronic Resource  
Part Of
Underwood and Underwood Publishers fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Fonds Number
V465
Sous-Fonds
V465
Accession Number
6160, 6180
Reference Code
V465 / PD - 5
GMD
Album
Photograph
Parallel Title
Parallel title is orginal title given
Date Range
[ca. 1915-1930]
Physical Description
1 album (159 photographs : b&w ; 24.3 x 30.3 cm)
Scope & Content
Album consists of views of people, places and activities in Canada, especially Quebec and the Atlantic provinces. Views pertain to visitors and local personalities, sports and recreation, facilities and buildings, trips, events, scenic views. Many views include people. Captions accompany many images. Image include: 1 CN206 - Canada. Heart Island, Thousand Island Route. 2 CN212 - Canada. Manitoba Riding Mt. National Park, Clear Lake at sunset. 3 CN209 - Canada. Manitoba Riding Mt. National Park, Children riding ponies along the shore of Clear Lake. 4 CN211 - Canada. Manitoba Riding Mt. National Park. Government pier and bathing beach. 5 CN210 - Canada. Manitoba Riding Mt. National Park. North shore of Clear Lake. 6 CN213 - Canada. Riding Mountain National Park. Auto campers at Clear Lake. 7 CN214 - Canada. Manitoba Riding Mountain National Park. Canoeing on Clear Lake. 8 CN205 - Canada. New Brunswick. Scene in the Peticodiac Valley. 9 CN20 - Canada. New Brunswick. Fishing in the Kedjakooje district. 10 CN220 - Canada. New Brunswick. Chatham Schooner at Chatham. 11 CN22 - Canada. New Brunswick near St. John. Building a boat spar on the Bay of Funday near St. John. [Correction: Bay of Fundy] 12 CN53 - Canada. New Brunswick. River drive at Campbellton Logs on the Bay of Chaleur. 13 CN55 - Canada. New Brunswick. Logging on the Charlo River. 14 CN54 - Canada. Quebec. Log rolling. 15 CN267 - Nova Scotia, Scene on the Southshore. 16 [Print missing] / CN261 - Victoria. Nova Scotia, Digby Cut. 17 CN279 - On the Acadian shore. An old fisherman, descendant of the original Acadian settler in the Land of Evangeline, driving his ox-cart along the road on Nova Scotia's "French Shore." 18 CN263 - Cape Split, is famous for its Amethysts. It extends far out into the Bay of Fundy. 19 CN262 - Halls Harbor. N. S. Fishing village in a cove near the Bay of Fundy. 20 CN264 - Bug Light, at the entrance to Yarmouth, N. S. 21 [Print missing] / CN283 - Canada (Nova Scotia) - An old fisherman on Nova Scotia's South Shore shown mending an eel net. The small end of the net is open and the bait is plaed in the rear of the large end. 22 CN284 - An old Nova Scotia fisherman mending his nets while they dry in the sun on Nova Scotia's South shore. 23 CN269 - Canada (Nova Scotia). Close-up of an old fisherman on Nova Scotia's South Shore shown mending a net. 24 CN271 - Canada (Nova Scotia). Fishing schooner being built near Shelburne on Nova Scotia's South shore. 25 CN266 - Canada. (Nova Scotia) Cathedral at Church Point, Fresh Shore in Nova Scotia. 26 CN268 - Canada. (Nova Scotia) In the low-lying hills of Acadian land the motorist finds scenes of surpassing beauty. 27 CN280 - [Two women in a field] 28 CN282 - The picturesque fishing village of Peggy's Cove on Nova Scotia's South Shore. 29 CN274 - Eastern Steamship line "Acadia" docking at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. 30 CN277 - Canada. (Nova Scotia). Guns of Fort Anne, at Annapolis Royal, America's oldest fortification. 31 [Print missing] / CN278 - Canada (Nova Scotia) The Ashburn Golf and Country Club at Halifax, Nova Scotia, famed for its "Scottish Turf." 32 CN276 - Canada. (Nova Scotia) Motorist driving along low-lying hills of Acadian land. 33 CN215 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Cape Breton. Scene in the village of Whycocomagh. 34 43210 - The mystic outline of Halifax by moonlight. 35 43211 - The mystic outline of Halifax by moonlight. 36 CN169 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. The waterfront. 37 CN92 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. The harbor entrance. 38 CN98 - Untitled : [St George's Island in Halifax harbour] 39 CN96 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. St. George's Island in Halifax harbor. 40 CN97 - Untitled : [St George's Island in Halifax harbour]. 41 CN95 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. The harbor. 42 CN89 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. The harbor looking towards Dartmouth. 43 CN93 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. Halifax harbor and docks. 44 CN100 - [Ship in the pier] 45 CN99 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. The freight and passenger terminal and the new grain elevators in the distance. 46 CN91 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. The new Hotel Nova Scotia just about completed, and the city of Halifax, looking towards Fort Nelson. 47 CN171 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. The old clock tower. 48 CN168 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. The Citadel Tower. 49 CN170 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. Nova Scotia Legislative Buildings. 50 CN167 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. General view of the city. 51 CN204 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Grand Pre. Evangeline's stature and the church in which are now exhibited various objects used by the people of that section during her time. 52 CN226 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Hubbards. Tuna fishing at Hubbard's, method of hauling in spiller net containing fish. 53 CN203 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Lunenburg. Schooners at Lunenburg. 54 CN125 - Canada. Prince Edward Island. Farm cattle. 55 49726 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Nepisiquit salmon fishing. 56 CN216 - Canada. Nova Scotia. Scene in the Kedjumakooje district. 57 CN222 - Canada. Prince Albert National Park. Sunset. 58 CN57 - Canada. Quebec. The railroad station. 59 CN227 - Canada. Quebec. Montreal. A view of Montreal from Mount Royal. 60 CN65 - Canada. Quebec Province. Montreal. Phillips Square. Set amid fine office buildings and big department stores in the uptown business district Building to right of centre is headquarters of Montreal Tourist & Convention Bureau. 61 CN245 - Canada. Quebec Province, Montreal. History and Modernity on Place d' Armes. Here Notre Dame Church, 100 years old, and the Seminary of St. Sulpice, built in 1685, stand side by side with banks and office buildings overlooking the spot where Paul Chomedy de Maisonneuve, founder of Montreal, with his own hand slew an invading Iroquois chief. A stature commemorates Chomedy's Heroic deed. 62 CN112 - Canada. Quebec. Montreal. Dominion Square showing Strathcona Monument, South African war Memorial, Trooper of Strathcona Horse, and St. James Cathedral. 63 47936 - Canada. Quebec. Montreal. St. James' Cathedral, a replica of St. Peter's at Rome. 64 CN111 - Canada. Quebec. Montreal. St. James' Cathedral. 65 CN63 - Canada. Quebec Province. Montreal. Canada's financial heart. The head office of the Bank of Montreal, founded in 1817, and one of the British Empire's strongest institutions. The uptown district and Mount Royal are seen in the background. 66 CN113 - Canada. Quebec. Montreal. Historic Tower St. Sulpice Seminary, Sherbrooke Street. Tower of old Fort de la Montague, the, old Indian Mission now the Montreal College on the "Priests Farm", ancient property of "The Seminaire de St. Sulpice." 67 CN64 - Canada. Quebec Province. Sturdy stone towers built for defence against the Indians in Ville Marie's early days, standing in grounds of Montreal Seminary, Sherbrooke Street West. In one tower the pioneer nuns lived, in the other they taught the children of the settlement. 68 CN117 - Canada. St. Joseph's Oratory. 69 CN46 - Canada. Quebec. A quaint street. 70 CN236 - Canada. Quebec, Quebec. Chateau Frontenac. 71 CN23E - Canada. Quebec. Montcalm's headquarters. 72 CN197 - Canada. Quebec, Quebec. General view of the city of Quebec. 73 CN72 - Canada. Quebec Province. Montreal. Chateau Apartments. 74 CN71 - Canada. Quebec Province. Montreal. The shipping of the Atlantic and the Great Lakes and the railway traffic of half a continent converge upon Montreal. 75 42487- Canada. A huge grain elevator of Canada. 76 [Print missing] / CN69 - Canada. Quebec. Province Montreal. Portion of elevator system which makes Montreal the world's greatest wheat shipping port. 77 CN56 - Canada. Quebec. Hotel Frontenac. 78 CN41 - Canada. Montreal, Quebec. On the northerly slopes of Mt. Royal is the Park Slide, a private toboggan club comprising four chutes. Photo shows toboggan enthusiasts coming down the chutes of the slides. 79 CN208 - Canada. Quebec. Montreal. Lookout tower at Mount Royal. 80 CN40 - Canada. Montreal, Quebec. Ski enthusiasts enjoying the sport on the slopes of Mt. Royal. 81 CN164 - Canada. Quebec, Montreal. Ski-ing at Mount Royal Park. 82 CN74 - Canada. About to start the climb. 83 CN176 - Canada. Quebec. Montreal. Ski-ing. 84 CN183 - Canada. Quebec Province. Approaching the Viaduct Turn on the Murray Bay bob-sleigh run. This run is the longest on this side of the Atlantic and in nearly two miles of length it drops 650 feet, providing the supreme thrill of all winter sports. Murray Bay is 90 miles below Quebec on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River and in two seasons it has come to be known as one of the finest skiing and sporting country in the province of Quebec. 85 CN160 - Canada. Quebec. Ski-ing Morin Heights. 86 CN161 - Canada. Quebec. Ski-ing at Morin Heights. 87 CN158 - Canada. Quebec. Ski-ing on Morin Heights. 88 CN44 - Canada. Quebec. Montreal. A Peony field. 89 CN43 - Canada. Quebec. Montreal. A peony field. 90 CN42 - Canada. Quebec. Montreal. Peonies grown in Montreal. 91 CN219 - Canada. Quebec. South Shore of the St. Lawrence. 92 CN195 - Canada. Quebec. St. Jean de Port Joli. Bathing girl. 93 CN119 - Canada. Quebec. Bathing at St. Jean de Port Joli. 94 CN165 - Canada. Tossing scene. 95 CN159 - Canada. Northern Quebec. On the Blanc Bec Trails. 96 CN135 - Canada. Creek des Prairies district. The end of a bear story in the Northern Quebec Woods. 97 CN70 - Canada. Quebec Province. Wayside bake ovens are still used in rural Quebec. 98 CN75 - Canada. Quebec Province. Trout fresh caught from the brook make a meal fit for a king for happy holidayers in mountain paradise a few hours from the bustling city. 99 CN62 - Canada. Quebec Province. Shooting Lachine Rapids on trip from Upper Lakes to Saguenay River. 100 [Print missing] / CN228 - Canada. Island of Orleans, Quebec. Oxen ploughing. 101 CN200 - Canada. Quebec. Island of Orleans. Manoir Mauvive Gemest, old lamp and cannon shots dating back to French regime [ca. 1734-1759]. 102 CN229 - Canada. Gaspe District . Fishing scene. 103 CN230 - Canada. Gaspe District. The fishing fleet at anchor in a little cove. 104 CN240 - Canada. Gaspe District . Perce. Scene along the shore. 105 CN218 - Canada. Quebec. Gripe. Little Fox River. 106 CN198 - Canada. Quebec Gaspe Peninsula. Cape Bon Ami. 107 CN199 - Canada. Quebec. Gripe Peninsula. The Isle of Perce. 108 CN196 - Canada. Quebec. Gripe Peninsula. Natural arch, Perce Rock. 109 CN116 - Canada. The pigmy and the giant. In the foreground is the steel bridge over the Chaudiere River as it flows into the St. Lawrence. In the background is the famous Quebec Bridge, one of the wonders of the engineering world, used by the Canadian National Railways. 110 CN241 - Canada. Quebec Province. Quebec Bridge across the St. Lawrence River. 111 CN237 - Canada. Quebec. Montmorencey Falls. 112 CN231 - Canada. Quebec Prov. Murray Bay. Milk delivery. 113 CN67 - Canada. Quebec Province. Chateau de Ramezay, erected in 1705, residence of the French and English governors of colonial Canada, and now a museum. 114 CN66 - Canada. Quebec Province. Over 100 years of amity have passed since cannon battered at old Chambly's towers. The old fort at Chambly, on the Richelieu River, 14 miles from Montreal, was built in 1710 on the site of an earlier fort. It has been fought for, taken and re-taken many times, being held in turn by French, British, United States and Canadian forces. In the military cemetery one hundred yards from its walls rest soldiers of Gen. John Thomas' American army of 1776. A monument to their memory was erected there by the D.A.R. 115 CN73 - Canada. Quebec Province. Floated Fort Lennox, Ile aux Noix, Richelieu River, just north of U.S. boundary. 116 CN76 - Canada. Quebec Province. La Salle's windmill near Montreal, sold by him to secure funds for his discovery and exploration of the Mississippi Valley in 1873. 117 CN114 - Canada. Quebec. St. Cesaire. Bee Keeping at St. Cesaire. 118 CN77 - Canada. Quebec Province. Scene on the Montreal-Quebec Highway. 119 CN242 - Canada. Quebec. Chicantim. 120a CN247 - Canada. Quebec. St. Ann de Beaupre. Side view of the Basilica of St. Ann de Beaupre. 120b CN246 - Canada. Quebec. St. Ann de Beaupre. Small procession from the monastery to the Basilica. 121 CN232 - Canada. Prov. of Quebec. St. Anne de Beaupre. Selling religious articles near the Basilica. 122 CN115 - Canada. Quebec. St. Anne de Beaupre. A chapel near the Shrine. 123 CN80 - Canada. Ste. Ann de Beaupre. A street scene. 124 Canada. Quebec Province. The long quiet winters in the Murray Bay country are no longer the exclusive property of the French Canadian habitant farmer for the sporting possibilities of the country have been discovered and now Murray Bay has become one of the leading winter resorts of Canada. Even the sheen gaze with calm astonish. 125 CN185 - Canada. Quebec Province. Truly rural. If you would know the real French Canada, it must be explored in the winter when all that is picturesque in the semi-primitive life is at its best. During the past few winter seasons the Murray Bay Country on the lower St. Lawrence has been established as some of the finest sporting country in the province of Quebec. 126 CN225 - Canada. Gathering maple sap. 127 50909 - Canada. Province of Quebec. Bringing the maple sap to the sugar house for boiling. 128 50914 - Canada. Province of Quebec. Gathering sap for the making of maple sugar. 129 50907 - Canada. Province of Quebec. Boiling the sap in a Quebec sugar bush. 130 50911 - Canada. Province of Quebec. Using the old-time "neckyoke" for carrying sap buckets in the sugar bush. 131 50910 - Canada. Province of Quebec. Boiling the maple sap out-of-doors. 132 50912 - Canada. Province of Quebec. Boiling the maple sap out-of-doors. 133 CN223 - Canada. Boiling maple sap. 134 50913 - Canada. Province of Quebec. Boiling the maple sap. 135 CN243 - Canada. Reeling wool. and hooking rug. 136 CN244 - Canada. Quebec. Murray Bay. Weaving in a home at Murray Bay. 137 51243 - Canada. Province of Quebec. Tadousac. The Church in the foreground is the oldest in America, having been erected in 1648. 138 51244 - Canada. Province of Quebec. Tadousac. Tadousac Bay from hotel. 139 51245 - Canada. Province of Quebec. Scene near Tadousac. 140 51246 - Canada. Province of Quebec. Cape Trinity. 141 51247 - Canada. Province of Quebec. Cape Trinity. 142 51242 - Canada. Province of Quebec. Cape Trinity, Saguenay River. 143 CN38 - Canada. Prov. of Que. Vermilion River District. Moose hunting. 144 CN32 - Canada. Quebec Prov. Vermilion River. Moose calling. 145 CN33 - Canada. Northern Quebec Prov. Swimming moose. 146 CN37 - Canada. Prov. of Quebec. Vermilion River. MOOSE hunting, Creek-des-Prairies Reserve. 147 CN34 - Canada. Quebec Prov. Vermilion River. Moose hunters on trail. 148 CN194 - Canada. Quebec. Montmorency Falls. 149 CN31 - Canada. A deer. 150 CN224 - Canada. The Canadian Honker. [Canada Goose] This is the name of the wild goose that flied far above our heads Fall and Spring, traveling north or south in great flocks shaped like an immense V. At the head is a leader who knows the way well. As it is harder work to lead than to follow, this bird is replaed by another pilot and permitted to rest, ready to come back fresh to relieve the goose there. It is not often they can be seen on the ground, as they are known better from the noisy honking that fills the sky as the flock passes. They are beautiful brids, gray bodies, with black necks and heads decorated with a white chin strap. They are said to grow quite tame, even become pets; but they are cautious, and you will not touch them without starting a fight. They are known to live as long as fifty years, mating early and remaining true to each other for life. Always a favourite, poems have been written about them, and to them. One of them is "To a Waterfowl," by William Cullen Bryant. 151 51337 - Canada. Moose posing for his picture. 152 CN136 - Canada. Quebec. Sanmour. Bear cubs. 153 CN217 - Canada. Quebec. Shawbridge. Wilson Rapids. 154 CN60 - Canada. Quebec Province. Noranda. Ore distributor at the Noranda Mine. 155 CN59 - Canada. Quebec Province-Noranda. Ore wagon. 156 CN122 - Canada. Quebec. Creek des- Prairies, La Tuque section. 157 CN123 - Canada. Quebec. Children golfing at Metis Beach. 158 CN124 - Canada. Quebec. Laurentide Park. Moose calling. 158 CN172 - Canada. Quebec. St. Alphonse. Home-made ferris wheel.
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Subject Access
Activities
Animals
Architecture
Automobiles
Backcountry skiing
Beach
Bee keeping
Bears
Black Bears
Boat building
Boats
Buildings
Buildings and memorials
Camping
Chateau Frontenac
Children
Churches
Clothing and dress
Commerce and industry
Community life
Dockyard
Dogs
Environment
Environment and Nature
Fish
Fishing
Flower collecting
Flowers
Garden
Geese
Hiking
Holidays
Hotels
Hunting
Industry
Landscapes
Leisure
Logging
Manufacturing
Mines and mineral resources
Mining
Moose
Parades
Period costume
Personal and Professional Life
Photography
Public events
Railways
Recreation
Rivers
Roads
Ruins
Sailboats
Sailing
Scenery
Seascapes
Shooting
Ship
Shorelines
Ski areas
Skiers
Skiing
Sports and leisure
Sports and recreation
Swimming
Trains
Travel
Whitetail Deer
Wildlife
Winter
Winter sports
Women
Geographic Access
Halifax
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick
Montreal
Quebec City
Quebec
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
Electronic Resources
Images
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Part Of
Malcolm Geddes fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of lantern slide photographs pertaining to various wildlife, including: bighorn sheep, mountain goat, caribou and deer; bison, elk, antelope and moose in Buffalo Park, Wainwright; black bear, beaver, hoary marmot, moose and lynx; ptarmigan and whiskey jack; bull trout, cutthroat trout…
Date Range
[ca.1925]
Reference Code
V756 / III / A / PS - 233 to 261
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Lantern slide
Part Of
Malcolm Geddes fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M39
V756
Series
V756 / III : Personal and family records
Sous-Fonds
V756
Sub-Series
V756 / III / A : Travel and mountain expeditions
Accession Number
6504
Reference Code
V756 / III / A / PS - 233 to 261
GMD
Photograph
Lantern slide
Responsibility
Some photographs issued by Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch
Date Range
[ca.1925]
Physical Description
28 photographs : lantern slides
Scope & Content
File consists of lantern slide photographs pertaining to various wildlife, including: bighorn sheep, mountain goat, caribou and deer; bison, elk, antelope and moose in Buffalo Park, Wainwright; black bear, beaver, hoary marmot, moose and lynx; ptarmigan and whiskey jack; bull trout, cutthroat trout and lake trout; and spider webs.
Notes
Some items are captioned
Material Details
Lantern slides are mostly hand-coloured, some b&w
Subject Access
Wildlife
Environment and Nature
Animals
Bison
Moose
Bears
Mountain Goat
Fish
Bighorn Sheep
Birds
Parks
Geographic Access
Canada
Alberta
Wainwright
Access Restrictions
Fragile- restrictions may apply
Language
English
Category
Environment
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
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Some like it hot and some not so much : stream temperature affects trout mortality

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Medium
Library - Periodical
Call Number
P
Physical Description
p.8-9 : ill
Medium
Library - Periodical
Subjects
Fish
Rivers
Notes
In Conservation, vol.10 (Spring / Summer 2008)
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P
Collection
Archives Library
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Back from the dead : lake aeration breathes life into fisheries

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Medium
Library - Periodical
Call Number
P
Physical Description
p.10-11 : ill
Medium
Library - Periodical
Subjects
Fish
Notes
In Conservation, vol.10 (Spring / Summer 2008)
Call Number
P
Collection
Archives Library
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Part Of
Luxton family fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of panoramic negatives depicting a family with twin babies, mountain sheep skulls, horse drawn sled near the Bow River with a bison carcass, mountains roads [potentially by the Spray River] street scenes, wagons, fish trophies, packtrain, hot springs and a cat.
Date Range
[1900-1920]
Reference Code
LUX / I / D6c / NA - 86 to NA - 99
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Negative
  15 images  
Part Of
Luxton family fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
LUX
Series
LUX / I / D : Personal and professional
Sous-Fonds
LUX / I : Norman Luxton sous-fonds
Sub-Series
LUX / I / D / 6 : Other activities and interests
Reference Code
LUX / I / D6c / NA - 86 to NA - 99
GMD
Photograph
Negative
Date Range
[1900-1920]
Physical Description
13 photographs: b&w negatives ; 31 x 9.7 cm
Scope & Content
File consists of panoramic negatives depicting a family with twin babies, mountain sheep skulls, horse drawn sled near the Bow River with a bison carcass, mountains roads [potentially by the Spray River] street scenes, wagons, fish trophies, packtrain, hot springs and a cat.
Notes
Some photographs have "Copyrighted Luxton, Banff" annotated
Subject Access
Banff
Sheep
Big Horn Sheep
Big Horn
Family and personal life
Family
Horses
Hot Springs
Horse packing
Taxidermy
Fish
Geographic Access
Banff
Banff National Park
Bow River
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
Images
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Animal Paddock and Banff panoramas

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Part Of
Luxton family fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of panormaic negatives depicting the elk, buffalo, and a cougar in the Banff animal paddock, Bow River Bridge and Cascade Mountain,fish trophies, Bow River boat house, Sign of the Goat, view near the Trading Post, Bow Valley, and Hoodoos
Date Range
[1910s]
Reference Code
LUX / I / D6c / NA - 101 to NA - 115
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Negative
  15 images  
Part Of
Luxton family fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
LUX
Series
LUX / I / D : Personal and professional
Sous-Fonds
LUX / I : Norman Luxton sous-fonds
Sub-Series
LUX / I / D / 6 : Other activities and interests
Reference Code
LUX / I / D6c / NA - 101 to NA - 115
GMD
Photograph
Negative
Date Range
[1910s]
Physical Description
15 photographs : b&w negatives ; 32 x 9.7 cm
Scope & Content
File consists of panormaic negatives depicting the elk, buffalo, and a cougar in the Banff animal paddock, Bow River Bridge and Cascade Mountain,fish trophies, Bow River boat house, Sign of the Goat, view near the Trading Post, Bow Valley, and Hoodoos
Notes
Some negatives annotated "Copyrighted Luxton, Banff"
Subject Access
Animal Paddock
Bow River
Bow River Bridge
Bow River Boat House
Cascade Mountain
Hoodoos
Elk
Cougar
Bison
Buffalo
Fish
Geographic Access
Banff
Banff National Park
Bow River
Cascade Mountain
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
Images
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